Rachel Dwyer is an author and culture critic based in London. She has written extensively on Hindi cinema and is an Open contributor
The metropolitan rich in Hindi cinema
What Indian films can do for tourism, à la The White Lotus
A Netflix series brings back the 1980s mullet haircut
The characters in Kohrra treasure their secrets more than their families
India should do more to attract globetrotters
India’s long tryst with gemmology still fascinates the West
A series mirrors the early life and times of Bombay studios—and India
India may have won two Oscars but Indian cinema is not there yet
The Pathaan momentum tells a story larger than its action hero
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